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- n. A plunderer or thief.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who pills or plunders.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A plunderer; a robber.
- n. An obsolete spelling of pillar.
Kurbski was yet aliue at my being in Moscouia, & declared vnto me that he spent xvii. daies in ascending the mountaine, & yet could not come to the top thereof, which in their tongue is called Stolp, that is, a piller.
Neither is it of fmall importnuncc, thai the Church is called the piller and ftrong ftay of truth and the houfe of « T; ™
Yes, and Obama certainly esclated a "minor zoning dispute" ... in fact a major zoning dispute which is the very piller of the whole conflict. .ie, the palestinians want it for a future state, its considered occupied land and the site of numerous arabic holy sites.
Je suis d'accord avec vous que la paix permet a Sassou de piller.
Keamy says, within earshot of Sayid, A black piller of smoke, threw him fifty feet in the air … ripped his guts out.
I of course had little time to think, and dropped a masterful head-first tackle into the lead piller, right in front of ExerCare.
The trails and towns were full of memorial statues, usually a piller with a little cage on top holding a Mary or other saint and maybe a candle or some dried flowers in a little vase.
My bed white and gold with curtings of pink and silver brocayd held up a top by a goold Qpid who seems always a smilin angillicly hon me, has I lay with my Ed on my piller hall sarounded with the finest
America is still the greatest piller for democracy
And when they are to remoue or to take any iourney, the said diuiners goe before them, euen as the cloudie piller went before the children of Israel.